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Editors: Albert R. Baswell
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In Chapter One, Ming Ming Chiu deliberates on the way statistical discourse analysis can be used to overcome certain modeling problems by presenting a study on social metacognitive actions. Next, Chapter Two by Oscar Joćo Abdounur explores the correlation between ratio and theoretical music, especially from the 14th through the 16th centuries in Europe. In Chapter Three, Thomas Z. Fahidy provides a review of several textbook literature cases which maintain the significance of choosing testing methods. Following this, Chapter Four by A.V. Kalinin, M.I. Sumin, and A.A. Tyukhtina evaluate issues of final observation for the system of Maxwell equations in the quasi-stationary magnetic approximation. Additionally, they present possible algorithm applications. In Chapter Five, R. Campoamor-Stursberg applies a systematic method to five-dimensional Lie algebras in order to address the problem of nonlinear systems. Chapter Six by Mohamed Sallak, Ayyoub Imakhlaf, and Yunhui Hu suggest the importance of imprecise theories versus the classical probability theory. Lastly, Chapter Seven by Yilun Shang presents a review on current knowledge of groupies in varied random graph models. (Novinka)



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Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. Statistical Discourse Analysis: An Alternative to Sequential Analysis for Modeling Actions by Individuals within Groups (pp. 1-32)
(Ming Ming Chiu)

Chapter 2. Theories of Ratio in Competition in Theoretical Music in the Late Middle Ages (pp. 33-43)
(Oscar Joćo Abdounur)

Chapter 3. On the Method-Dependence of Goodness-Of-Fit Tests for the Normal Distribution: Technical Illustrations (pp. 45-58)
(Thomas Z. Fahidy)

Chapter 4. Methods of Dual Regularization for Solving Inverse Problems of Quasi-Stationary Electromagnetic Fields Theory (pp. 59-124)
(A.V. Kalinin, M.I. Sumin and A.A. Tyukhtina)

Chapter 5. Reduction of Representations and Vessiot–Guldberg–Lie Algebras of First-Order Systems of Differential Equations (pp. 125-174)
(R. Campoamor-Stursberg)

Chapter 6. Reliability Assessment under Aleatory and Epistemic Uncertainty (pp. 175-208)
(Mohamed Sallak, Ayyoub Imakhlaf and Yunhui Hu)

Chapter 7. Groupies of Random Graphs: A Brief Survey (pp. 209-224)
(Yilun Shang)

Index (pp. 225)

Total Pages: 228

   Series:
      Advances in Mathematics Research
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2017 - 4th Quarter
   ISBN: 978-1-53612-766-9
   Status: AV
  
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